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Theoretical Study of Corrugated Plates: Shearing of a Corrugated Plate With Curvilinear Corrugations

by Lung-Hsiang and Charles Libove
Format
Book; Government Document; Online; EBook
Published
Washington, D.C. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration ; Springfield, Va. : For sale by the National Technical Information Service [distributor], 1972.
Language
English
Variant Title
Shearing of a corrugated plate with curvilinear corrugations
Series
NASA Contractor Report
Summary
A theoretical elastic analysis is presented for the in-plane shear of a corrugated plate with curvilinear corrugations and with discrete attachments between the ends of the corrugations and the surrounding members. The purpose of the analysis is to obtain information about the effective shear stiffness of the plate and the flexural strains that develop in it during the shearing process as a result of the attendant cross-sectional deformations. The crests and troughs of the corrugation cross section are assumed to be identical circular arcs. The following four kinds of discrete attachment at the corrugation ends are considered in the analysis: (1) point attachments in the troughs, (2) point attachments at the crests and in the troughs, (3) point attachments at mid-height, and (4) point attachments at mid-height, at the crests, and in the troughs.
Description
iii, 77 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • "NASA CR-2080."
  • Performing organization report no.: MAE 1833-T4.
  • "June 1972."
  • Cover title.
  • Bibliography: p. 64.
Series Statement
NASA contractor report ; NASA CR-2080
Other Forms
Also available via Internet from the NASA Technical Reports Server (http://ntrs.nasa.gov/). Address as of 6/22/06: http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19720018252%5f1972018252.pdf.
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    a| A theoretical elastic analysis is presented for the in-plane shear of a corrugated plate with curvilinear corrugations and with discrete attachments between the ends of the corrugations and the surrounding members. The purpose of the analysis is to obtain information about the effective shear stiffness of the plate and the flexural strains that develop in it during the shearing process as a result of the attendant cross-sectional deformations. The crests and troughs of the corrugation cross section are assumed to be identical circular arcs. The following four kinds of discrete attachment at the corrugation ends are considered in the analysis: (1) point attachments in the troughs, (2) point attachments at the crests and in the troughs, (3) point attachments at mid-height, and (4) point attachments at mid-height, at the crests, and in the troughs.
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    a| Elastic plates and shells x| Mathematical models.
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    a| Shear (Mechanics) x| Mathematical models.
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    a| Libove, Charles.
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